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Sep 22, 2010 11:35pm PDT
in america. but thanks to the numerous strip joints and massage parlors, portland, oregon, has earned the nickname pornland. and it is an epicenter for child prostitution. many of the working girls, some young for middle school, are not kidnapped or runaways. they are tricked into walking series, "nightline" investigates. >> reporter: they call it the track. on any given night, it is littered with pros tults and strippers. but a lot of these girls probably aren't what you think they are. how old are these girls? >> i have seen them as young as 12. >> reporter: kids turning tricks before they're old enough for high school. not runaways or one can i s ork little girls lured here. >> i'm a [ bleep ]. do you think i [ bleep ] like this? not really. >> reporter: portland, oregon, often voted one of the most livable cities in america. it is now a national hub for child sex trafficking. >> i went to a strip club and danced, whatever. >> reporter: how old were you? >> 13. >> reporter: katie is one of them. she's been forced to work as a prostitute since the seventh grade. how much were you wo
SFGTV2
Sep 29, 2010 2:00am PDT
utilities. edward for the portland water bureau. marine stapleton for the san die ae go and less tear from water and wally bishop the contra water d district. each panelist will have a chance to speak and ten minute time limit is a little like global warming. it sneaks up on you and then it's hard to deal with there that end. we'll try to reserve of for questions and answered that end. thanks. >> thank you jarrod and i will go through this quickly and i hope there's sufficient teasers in there to get you to ask questions as we get near the end. cautionary notes this is the system of seattle system, not your system. you have to look that principals and see if they apply to the same work the planning side, the modeling side, the adaptive side and i'll talk briefly for a few seconds on mayors initiative on climate control because it gives an as political environment to work in and then the seattle system. the mayor of seattle nickels started the protocols for the city and started process with a lot of other mayors to start aggressively dealing with climate change if your interested at the bo
SFGTV
Sep 1, 2010 8:30am PDT
. this is what this represents. we told these ideas from all across the country. portland was doing some of this. but we don't like being second place to portland. so, eat your heart out, portland. we took a little bit from bloomberg in new york and that was the idea of payment to park land but we don't like to be second place, we are now doing more on that and we took the ideas from chicago. and i will say if there is any father or mother of these ideas it is mayor daley in chicago who is on these things years and years ago. i went out there when i first became mayor, got so jealous going down michigan avenue i said we have to do something so we stole their greening director and brought her out here and tasked here with putting these plans together and i want to specifically acknowledge astrid and her hard work and collaborative effort with all of you as well. i'm excited about this. i'm proud of this. this is a special day for me. thank you for all the hard works. this crease jobs, increases -- this creates jobs, increases values of property and increases the likelihood that people will come d
NBC
Sep 6, 2010 4:00am PDT
in all you can see cloud cover in portland, 67 for the high temperature. san diego, upper 60s with a mixture of sun and clouds." that's a look at your regional weather. lynn. >> scott, thank you. >>> well, the issues ahead this week on wall street. and a former hp big shot checks out the competition. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, the critics learn this weekend at the box office never underestimate the drawing power of the heavy weight hollywood star. >>> red sox try to avoid a sweep, a bizarre ending for the rangers, and a tradition that has ruffled a few feathers. you're watching "early today." ot >> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry. here are some of your top headlines this morning. less than a week after the u.s. declared the end of combat operations in iraq, american troops opened fire on suicide bombers who assaulted a baghdad army base yesterday. the fighting killed 12 people and wounded dozens more. most of them iraqi soldiers. >>> guatemala is observing a national day of mourning today after torrential
SFGTV2
Sep 1, 2010 6:00pm PDT
the city of portland. help me welcome our panelists. >> our first speaker is david allenbar and he's a senior urban design are for the san francisco planning department and manages the city design group and concerns itself with urban design and the public realm and he works on the city street plan. >> thanks christina, it's a pleasure to be here today. and as christina said, we work with the city design group and concern ourselves with the design of the public realm and the street space and that plan we are working on, will probably be released in late may and early june and hope you take the time to look at that. and we are working on plans for other parts, including the mission district that's now starting up and fisherman's wharf and octavia and better neighborhood plan and that's for adoption today and i am here to talk about the pedestrian safety and you may ask why urban designers are here to talk about pedestrian safety issues. and what particular expertise might we generalists bring to the issues of pedestrian safety? when we go to the neighborhoods and talk about the iss
SFGTV2
Sep 1, 2010 6:30pm PDT
and in downtown portland we have it at 11 miles per hour, and that's friendly and makes it possible to drive a bike in a lane except if you are on a hill. and second, shorten the crossing distance. and we can reassign the road space and next slide, those people are out in the street, and why not give that part of the street to the pedestrians. [applause] and next is let the pedestrian see and be seen, and for that we can use, when we take that space, we make a bulb out or curb extension and you can use that and let the pedestrians be safe and can see the traffic and be seen by people coming at them. and elimination plays a role here, because a lot of people think you want right at the cross walk, infact you want the light to be 25 feet away on either side and that gives what the pedestrians need at the crosswalk. and getting them out to be seen and providing elimination. and slash the numbers lanes, and maybe cross the directions to cross. and slashing the number of lanes and using a median refuge, and on a two-way street and you pet a median refuge and get one half one direction. and here i
NBC
Sep 1, 2010 4:00am PDT
. still some sprinkles and showers in portland. much of the rain is over with, 68 in seattle. much of the west coast dry, san francisco south. in m in san francisco. the clouds. pendleton, oregon, 74, mostly cloudy with breaks of sun in seattle. >> lynn, we'll talk about thursday's forecast coming up. >>> thank you so much. >> wall street says good-bye to august, tech stocks stumble and why you can't call shchampagne champagne. >>> plus, these actors are not hollywood's most profitable. we'll tell you who is. >>> an electrifying debut for a reds' rookie. and manny speaks, but did anyone understand him? you're watching "early today." k >>> good morning and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry. herer some of your top headlines this morning. president obama opens a two-day summit in washington today aimed at brokering an israeli/palestinian peace agreement. this afternoon the president will host individual meetings with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and palestinian leader mahmoud abbas. tomorrow negotiations will be formally relaunched at a ceremony at the state d
SFGTV2
Sep 7, 2010 8:30pm PDT
of what portland -- i love portland, but i hate that they are ahead of us on this. by the way, anyone in a sustained rain, we're always second in the country in terms of our environmental network because of the bike network. portland is finished. with all respect to the mayor, you are going down. this is the last piece of the puzzle that was missing. now, we are able to unveil this, and you ain't seen nothing. >> thank you, mayor newsom. we have a host of folks that were part of the effort to get us to where we are today. i see our director of sustainable streets is here. bridget smith, who heads up our sustainable streets effort, and she is doing a fine job. she has a great team of people working with her. another individual i need to bring up to speak to you today is our chairman of the mta, chairman tom nolan. [applause] >> good afternoon. i'm very proud to be here on behalf of the board of directors, joined with our distinguished vice chair. tomorrow, if the board of supervisors votes correctly, we will have a new chair, so we are very proud to report of the -- part of this. our b
ABC
Sep 22, 2010 5:30pm PDT
have guessed portland, oregon. but sharyn alfonsi traveled there, and she's here tonight. >> reporter: well, it is places you don't expect, and girls you don't expect. we found girls as young as 12 years old, not runaways, but girls from the suburbs being targeted by pimps and forced to work as prostitutes. we are on portland's 82nd avenue. they call it the track. police believe there are as many as 100 underage girls here, working the streets, the strip clubs, deployed to hotel rooms, rented and traded by pimps. how old are these girls and what do they look like? >> i have seen them as young as 12. >> reporter: police say young girls are being carefully targeted. >> they look for them in malls, they look for them on myspace and facebook. they look for them in the schools. they strike up a friendship with them and the tactic they use is they work to identify kind of what their needs are. >> reporter: acting less like brutish pimps and more like psychological surgeons. >> you know, i can get you nice clothes and take care of you and then suddenly, they're sort of lavished, all these go
NBC
Sep 21, 2010 4:00am PDT
s and 70s. today pretty much the same. it's cool. 53 in portland. that heat down in the desert, 84 in phoenix. not a lot of wet weather. weak systems kicking up in the northern portions of the rockies and a weak low off the coast that will slowly move onshore. a lot of clouds here in coastal areas of oregon and also just north of portland, just south of seattle. temperatures seasonable as probably at most, a little hotter than average from vegas down to phoenix. much of california looking at a typical late summer, early fall day. that's ay in oregon still cool, 65. we'll look at wednesday coming up, lynn. >> bill, thank you. >>> well, anxiety ahead of the fed's meeting. job cuts at one big bank and the must-have toys this holiday season. your early biz headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, the truth comes out. who else was in on the joaquin phoenix hoax? >>> the 9ers push the super bowl champs to the brink and a player takes out an unruly fan. >>> you're watching "early today." >>> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry. here are some of your top headline
NBC
Sep 24, 2010 4:00am PDT
portland northward, cool air. look what happens saturday. gorgeous weather. looks like summer. 84, salt lake city. 80s up to portland. 7 one of the warmest weekends all year, and it's the first weekend of fall. figures. doesn't it? watching on channel 10 in elko, nevada, something's in the air. at the soccer field, hot air balloon. stop by for the balloon glow. that's your pick event of the tay. have you take an balloon ride before? >> i was just going to ask you that. you took the words out of my mouth. yes, i have, and it is the most peaceful way to see the city. from the skies, of course. >> i did one. i'd love to do more. >> i'm still scared when i go up that high. thank you, bill. >>> now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. >>> on the silver screen this weekend, look for a razor close finish. the obvious, "wall street" was one of the iconic movies of the '80s. michael douglas is featured as gordon gekko. and shia labeouf as well. interest is predictably high among older movie goers, but the luke warm spot took about $20 million. at first glance, "lege
NBC
Sep 30, 2010 4:00am PDT
, phoenix. medford, 94. portland at 84. as i mentioned, seattle about eight degrees warmerarizona, as will be around 100. spokane, 80 degrees. that's a beautiful fall day. salem, oregon, 85. we'll take a peek at friday a little later. back to you. >> wow, i am jealous of the west coast today. i can tell you that much. >> they're not wearing the big high rubber boots. >>> oil claims, scary foreclosure numbers, mcdonald's threatens benefits. your early morning headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, it's been quite a run lately fortin that faye. but wait, it gets even better. >>> a first for david ortiz. one of the craziest endings you'll ever see and a hair-raising tribute for one of baseball's finest. you're watching "early today." >> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm veronica de la cruz. here are some of your top headlines this morning. >>> newly released footage of tests the fbi conducted shows the potentially devastating power of the times square bomb discovered inside an suv last may. had the explosive not failed, law enforcement officials say it would have
NBC
Sep 2, 2010 4:00am PDT
to the heat. 100 in medford today. seattle and portland also you.ing sunny and warm. salem today 85. fallon, nevada, around 92. we'll update your friday forecast coming up, lynn. >> all right, bill, thanks so much. >>> well, stocks sizzle, apple shines and burger king is on the block. your early-morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, you won't believe who turned down "dancing with the stars" and who volunteered but got turned away. >>> a major upset at the u.s. open and fight night in florida. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry and here's some of your top headlines this morning. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and palestinian president mahmoud abbas are set to relaunch direct peace talks at the state department in washington today after a nearly two-year hiatus. following a day of individual meetings with both leaders, president obama said yesterday he was "cautiously hopeful" about achieving a positive outcome. >>> new video out of chile shows improvements in the living quarters for 33 trapped miners
NBC
Sep 16, 2010 4:00am PDT
in nevada, too. the cool stuff is where the rain is falling. portland, for you, olympia, seattle, showers are going to try to sneak up your way shortly. and spokane, a shower or two. the forecast today, wet weather is up here in the pacific northwest. look how hot we are from vegas bakersfield, california. ukiah, california, 85 and partly cloudy skies. oregon, rather cloudy. take a look at the friday forecast coming up, lynn. >> bill, thank you. >>> stocks boost on earnings. more trouble for goldman sachs. and what's in a name? maybe a trademark infringement. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. plus, it's the list everyone wants to make. "people" magazine's best dressed. >>> a game saving catch, a high flying football player and who will get reggie's heisman? you're watching "early today." >> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry. here are some of your top headlines this morning. >>> open ben pope benedict xvi was greeted by queen elizabeth in scotland earlier today. his meeting with the queen is significant because of the historic divide be
SFGTV2
Sep 29, 2010 2:30am PDT
systems and portland we have a hydro facility on both our damages and we're planning and are in the process for providing fish flows. other systems dealing with navigation and the whole, gamut of things that go on we need models to address that level of complexity. that's it for me i look forward to our on going conversation. [applause] >> good morning., jarrod said in his introduction that this panel was going to talk about how we're planing for the worst and how we're planning for disasters. it's probably one of the worst introductions i've had it's such a downer, who wants to hear it really? so as a result of that introduction jarrod i've decided to entitle my presentation i feel so much better since i gave up hope. welcome to california water. i'm not going to talk about the analysises that were done or some of the technical planning we have done but really focus on water management and what we've done specifically related to that in san diego. i want to tell you who the authority is. we're the regional wholesaler we supply to 24 retailers and we import water fr
SFGTV2
Sep 14, 2010 3:30pm PDT
as we did our research. we look at new york, chicago, los angeles, portland, san diego, santa clara, and east bay. we wanted to see where sfpuc was on the pendulum of community programs and how it stack up with other agencies across the country. in terms of utilities, the good news is we are way ahead of the curve. you have some terrific programs. they cover many different areas. they can create sustainable relationships with the community and its customers, and we will talk about what we think should be the next steps. we also found that there is not a standard definition of community benefits. nobody has won. there is no set of guidelines anywhere throughout the country. even in australia. we look as far as australia to see what they are doing. they are very much in the leadership in this area of community benefits. all were subject to some kind of economic or political climate structural organization or legal restriction. most utilities offer the baseline of community benefits like education, sustainability, tabling at community events. what we concluded was that out of all of th
SFGTV
Sep 7, 2010 10:00am PDT
perform the services. portland, oregon, there was portland, oregon, there was a service formed by former law enforcement personnel, and they wanted the ability to perform, and so the district hired additional security and is actually working with officers that the benefits district is paying for. they pay for three officers and the police department is paying for one. that's something you can ask for further clarification with the controllers, but you can't let your police department be subpoena planted. -- supplanted. there is no reason san francisco can't do some things that plndplnd -- port land does. now there are other cities have that gone out and hired security to perform functions for them. but they can -- did it in a way that is under the private directionway that is under the private direction and control. they are working for the city through the bit process, and they address the issues that the patrol speshes -- specials -- that the police department asks them to do. here they do what the private company wants, not the police department. seattle has folks in distinctively dif
ABC
Sep 20, 2010 5:30am EDT
is planning to join a ceremony at the portland campus today. >> how are social networks are away that the scammers are praying on your kids. >> they taught us a way to latch it and cinch it down really tight. the baby's seat was moving around a bit. >> tips to know before you are strapping your newborns in. >> winds out of the north gusting up to 18 miles per hour. we have a big warmup coming later this week. >>> let's check the traffic. we have a -- an accident in glen burnie. and i will have more details after a -- after we return. >> old gibbs canning company. today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new cyber security jobs and giving an old gm plant a jump start building electric motors. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you. >> now, good morning, maryland. >> at 14, parents should be attending your football game, not your funeral. it's going to be a hard week for stude
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